Sparkling Roses Color Bloom

Konami Gaming

This new game on Konami’s Concerto Crescent curved-screen cabinet features a three-level jackpot activated with an affordable maximum bet of 180 credits. The top jackpot is a linked progressive resetting at $5,000, the secondary jackpot is a stand-alone progressive resetting at $150, and the third-level jackpot is a static bonus prize of $30.

The base game is a 40-line video slot, with bet options of 60, 120 or 180 credits. The game is designed to return higher rewards as the player’s bet rises. This even applies to the free-game bonus feature. When the bet is less than 180 credits, any three, four or five scatter rose symbols trigger five, eight or 12 free games, respectively. Six scattered rose symbols trigger 20 free games.

When the max bet of 180 credits is wagered, three, four or five rose symbols trigger six, eight or 15 free games, and six or more of the symbols trigger 25 fee games, and all wins are multiplied by 2 credits wagered per line. Scatter wins are multiplied by the lines played times 2 credits wagered per line.

The Color Bloom feature occurs randomly during the primary game, and during the free-game feature at maximum bet. At the beginning of the feature, jackpot symbols are placed at random spots on the reel array. Three or more jackpot symbols return the corresponding prize—the linked Gold jackpot, the stand-alone Purple jackpot, or the Blue Bonus jackpot.

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming
Platform: KP3+
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05
Max Bet: 180
Top Award: Progressive; $5,000 reset
Hit Frequency: 37%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-18%

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